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lot because the company is closed today. it address comes back to iaa vehicle purchasing. crews managed to contain the flames pretty quickly, but part of this lot is definitely a melted mess of cars. so what started this? well, we still don't know and the fire department tells us nobody has been hurt. firefighters will be there several more hours at least. joe vazquez is headed to the scene. once we learn more, we'll let you know. we have more breaking news in lows altos. a house went up in flames on csait away. you see firefighters on the ground spraying hot spots and others on the roof brushing away the degree. everyone got out safely. no word yet on what started this fire. back to the violent protests today in berkeley. chopper 5 captured the moments
before the chaos. berkeley police drew a line to keep pro-trump and anti-trump protestors separated, but it didn't last long. >> reporter: demonstrators have gone home. downtown berkeley, civic center park back to normal. but there were so many fights and bloody faces, we lost count. it was so chaotic, violent and dangerous. before the m80s, the fist fights and the rocks, there was actually a bit of order. berkeley police came in with a strategy. they confiscated weapons and formed a line between trump supporters and anti-trump protestors. that worked for the first hour. shortly after, people jumped over the police line to fight each other. (screaming and yelling).
>> reporter: this trump supporter was the first casual of the day with bloodstreaming out of his face. >> well, they wanted to hit me with brass knuckles on a blind side. hit my twice. once when i was getting up. it's sad. >> reporter: then more fights broke out in front of officers in civic center park. police made some arrests. but the police strategy stopped working after both trump supporters and anti-trump protestors left the park to fight on the street. officers were outnumbered. they had to watch the fights from a distance. the dualing rallies grew to a large crowd of roughly 1,000 to 1500 people. and there were fights all over the place.
>> are you okay? >> i'll be okay. >> what happened? >> i got pepper sprayed and hit with a bunch of sticks. >> reporter: aside from fighting, people threw m-80s, rocks and bottles at each other. some of the peaceful demonstrators left fearing for their own safety. >> there's a difference between free speech and free action. this is turning to action. >> reporter: a demonstrator brought these eggs out here. they were confiscated and from my observation, some of these folks did not come out here with the intention of having productive conversations with each other. they came out here ready for a fight and that's exactly what we saw, a lot of fights. ely police said earlier this afternoon they arrested about 15 people. i'm sure it's a lot more right now. >> what was it like being in the thick of the protests? >> reporter: it was dangerous
for us. we had 4 cameras out here. some of us had helmets on. because people were throwing rocks, were throwing sticks. bottles. it was just very dangerous. after we had enough footage, we had to step back away. some photo journalists, from photographers were caught in the middle of it and got hurt. here's your video of the violence. you can see the anti-trump protestors clad in all black. the anger boiling over. chopper 5 captured fight after fight and what looks like teargas or pepper spraying being used. it's unclear what this was trop. at one point, protestors started a small fire and started rolling a big garbage bin around. anti-trump protestors smashed a skate board on top of a trump
supporter's head. another -- all of this while police in riot gear looked on from the side lines. andre, you spoke with the trump supporters today. >> reporter: juliette, that's right. civic park here in berkeley once again belongs to the skate borders here in the afternoon. but earlier today, the proud boys sponsored the pro-trump rally. these -- there's almost a script of how thee rallies and counter protests go here in the city of berkeley. we asked the folks taking part if they were intentionally trying to provoke a reaction by bringing a pro-trump message and gathering to the heart of liberal berkeley. isn't that poking the bear to come here -- >> well, it is in a way, but we're not doing it to be gleeful about it or to deliberately upset people who are against us, but we have
every right to be here. >> reporter: but you are going to upset people. >> that's their problem. you know, if they have a problem -- you know. they seem to be upset about a lot of things that are completely irrational. we're not -- we don't have an answer for that. if they want to hold a rally where i'm from, they're welcome to do it. we might have people come out and do a counter demonstration, but we're not going to stop them from their freedom of speech. >> reporter: we'll have much more here from civic park tonight on kpix 5 news at 11:00. kpix 5. we saw the same kind of violence last month. pro-trump and anti-trump protestors got into it at the same park in berkeley. faces bloodied, bodies bruised. in all, 10 people were arrested last month.
officers at that protest confiscated a variety of objects. this time around, police put out a list of banned items in advance. that didn't stop people from bringing them anyway. you can see plenty of sticks, poles and flags. this is also a large folding knife. we're continuing to keep an eye on the situation in berkeley. in san francisco, people marched to demand president trump release his tax returns. they gathered in civic center plaza this afternoon and walked down market street to justin herman plaza. a giant balloon was on display showing a likeness of the president as a chicken. they want to know what debts he has in foreign countries. >> i have released mine. and i think he should release his. and i don't know why he hasn't. i mean, what's he hiding? i can't really understand it.
he keeps saying audit, audit, audit. i don't believe it. >> san francisco supervisor jane kim. mr. trump is the first president in more than 40 years not to make his tax return public. other tax day rallies were held in pleasanton and walnut creek. we're going to talk about the weat top foster suay as hewer.s ok onlive ershowtoward the bay with increasing clouds tonight. and here's why. low pressure will begin to spin that system closer to the bay by tomorrow morning along the coast. inlapped, we're going to pick up showers. in terms of timing, a little bit later in the day, a little later in the morning and afternoon. not a huge rain-maker, but enough to get things wet. we'll have more on the timing and amounts and what happens next. volunteers turned out in san jose today to clean up crash. they used pickers to clean up
all sorts of garbage. >> getting together like this, i think you get some of that feeling back that is part of your neighborhood and part of your people, no longer just random strangers. you're all doing the same thing at the same time for common good. >> today's clean up is an early start to earth day, which is next saturday. a popular park in the east bay is back open this weekend. del valle regional park was flooded. clean up cost about $2 million. mean while, the state could award a contract as soon as monday for the huge repair job out of the oroville dam. it's considering three bids. the hope is to have the spill way fixed for november just in time for the next rainy season. a new sinkhole opened up in berkeley. it shut down the road and it's
causing major traffic problems. no word on when the road might reopen. just a reminder that we live in earthquake country, a couple of rumblers went through the south county this morning. measured about a 2.9. about 40 minutes later, a 3.2 shook the same spot. they were small enough, so there were no reports of any damage. still to come, a gift from nfl great jerry rice stolen from a children's charity event and now an arrest. thanks to this surveillance video. >> plus why bay area demonstrators showed up today to protest a petting zoo? >> and good luck finding a caesar salad in the bay area right now. in supermarkets and restaurants are running low on leafy greens. graffiti cases in san francisco's mission district have nearly doubled in 4 years. this building was hit over and
over. >> i mean, that's over the line. >> reporter: we learn that businesses have 30 days to clean it up before being fined. >> we don't have the resources to paint out every graffiti tag we see on a private building. >> reporter: and young taggers are rarely prosecutorred. expect original reporting. kpix 5 news, expect more. ,,,,,,,,,,
toyota, let's go places. we're keeping an eye on the situation in berkeley where anger and violence exploded at a pair of dueling pro and antitrump rallies. at first, police drew a line in civic center park to keep the protestors separated, but it didn't last long. we saw fight after fight break out as protestors spilled on to the streets. no word on the number of injuries. we'll have a live update at 6:30. another protest took over the streets of san francisco today. dozens of demonstrators gathered at the federal building to rally against united airlines. organizers tell us they're calling out airlines that put profits before passengers. >> we're not cargo. we're not luggage like they can drag and throw away. >> protestors tell us they're
demanding sweeping policy changes that go beyond offering more money to passengers who are willing to give up their seats. that type of policy change was announced by delta earlier this week. baby goats took over san francisco's ferry building today. not everybody thought the kids should be there. >> animals' lives are their right. we have just begun to fight. >> reporter: who knew a petting zoo could be so controversial. >> animals are living, feeling individuals, the same as you or i do and they deserve the same respect. >> reporter: matt johnson is with the animal rights group: direct action everywhere. his organization protests the treatment of the animals at the petting zoo at san francisco's ferry building. >> these are animals that are raised on pasteur and are
really humanely treated. >> reporter: for $5, adults or children got a chance to play with the baby goats. >> getting to come out here and hold the baby goats is probably one of the best things i've ever done. >> reporter: most of the goats in the petting zoo, which are almost all female, will end up on a dairy farm. this is a chance the males may be slaughtered for their meet. their goal was to get the message out: raising animals to eat is unhumane and unnecessary. in san francisco, devon, kpix 5. a man accused of stealing an auto graphed football from a charity auction is now under arrest. jerry rice -- the winning bid was $3,500. but the football then
disappeared into the alleged thief's hands. it turned up -- the thief and the football -- in surveillance video you see there. he's now in police custody according to the charity princess piece. there's no word yet on whether the ball has been recovered. leafy greens are in short supply in bay area grocery stores. what's behind this lettuce shortage. >> reporter: if you are a big fan of salads,blt's or anything avocado -- >> prices right here, you're going to see sticker shock. >> reporter: and we are talking a lot of different vegetables. >> iceberg lettuce, leaf lettuce, butter leaf, green beans, egg plant. it's all been hard hit. >> reporter: local restaurants like this one may actually take the hardest hit as they may see the cost of their fresh vegetables almost double in
price. >> the culprit: the wet weather. >> all because of the rain. not last week, not last month, but the rain three months ago. three months ago we should have been planting crops that we should be harvesting right now. >> reporter: not only may you end up buying these foods for twice the price, what you are getting may not be all that good. >> when you find really high prices, a farmer out there is going to put any lettuce they see into that box. so you if really -- it could be really low quality when you see these high prices. >> other veggies are also scarce right now. the market should start to stabilize within a few weeks as the weather warms up. mean while, in central california, it's yellow as far as the eye can see right now. thanks to that super bloom we keep hearing about. check out this incredible drone
video from san luis obispo. they're only expected to last another couple weeks. >> and to get to them, you take highway 58 east from santa margarita. it's narrow and caltrans had a sign up saying heavy traffic on highway 58, which is not something you usually see on that road. that will be nice to see. the bay bridge and high clouds overrunning the bay area right now, all by way of setting the stage for rain tomorrow. actually showers. we're looking for about a 10th of an inch to a quarter of know an inch for the valley floors. easter does look wet, especially later in the day and especially in the central and north bay. south bay not so much. might get away with a little bit of rain. that low pressure that right now is right off shore from the oregon coastline will spin
those clouds into the bay area by tomorrow morning. the rain not right at sunrise, a little bit later around 9:00 in the mortgage. some showers around the coastline early in the morning. showers for everybody else later in the day. by tomorrow evening, everybody will at least have gotten a little bit wet. the south bay escapes much of the day, much of the rain. the future cast will give us a good idea of the timing. you see the high clouds roll in. right when the rain begins to touch the shoreline -- this is 9:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. nobody has much in the way of rain by 9:00, but it keeps oncoming. so that by 1:00 in the afternoon, you see widely scattered showers. in general, the tendency is toward cold and wet. tonight we'll increase the clouds. tomorrow the showers will spread over the bay area. an unsettled monday and
tuesday. monday night, tuesday morning, looks like another system rolls through. cherer blossom festival, maybe one of these weekends we'll get blue skies, but not tomorrow. the easter celebration, tell be raining on the parade. you cannot escape this unless you go down 99 to fresno. then you'll have 77 degrees, mostly cloudy skies. tomorrow we'll have showers at sfo. but you will find dry weather from seattle to chicago, los angeles and new york. it's us that gets the rain. overnight lows are mid-50s. a fairly balmy night. daytime highs tomorrow, little on the chilly side. no better than the mid-60s. we'll get showers in the bay area later in the day tomorrow. monday night, tuesday, more showers come in. but look what happens on friday and saturday. good time to see that wild flower bloom at the carizo plain. i know juliette is
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ask your doctor about premarin vaginal cream. covered the arena's seats -- close to 20- thousand of them -- in "strength in numbers" t-shirts. for the third year in a row the warriors are heading into the playoffs as the top seeded team. they're hosting the portland trail blazers tomorrow afternoon in the first round of the western conference. if you're going to the game, give yourself plenty of time to get there. the a's will be hosting the houston astros just after tip-off at oracle. so bart -- and the parking lots -- will be packed. for most of friday's game... the
giants looked like their old selves... go out there. should be electric tomorrow. we're talking about baseball. for most of friday's game, the giants look like their old selves, playing solid defense and coming up with big hits. this team so far has been plagued with inconsistency. we saw it again this afternoon. it was johnny quado bobble head day. arenado's 4th of the year gives the rockies a 1-0 lead. moore allowed 4 runs in 5 and two-thirds. jared parker comes up with a great catch in left, slamming in the wall. it comes at a price as parker breaks his collar bone. he's out indefinitely for the
giants. tyler chatwood allowed just two hits throwing the first complete game shut out of his career. the a's and raftos all wearing somebody 42 on jackie robinson day. 6th home run of the year giving the a's a 5-0 lead. no-hitter going into the 6th. central fielder jeff decker commits an error on this from carlos carrera allowing two runs to score. josh reddick scores to tie the game. george springer goes -- giving houston a 3-1 lead. the astros come back to win.
it was very interesting. they did everything right the first 5 innings and it all fell apart. got to play till the end. thank you. coming up -- >> in our next half-hour, we'll go out to berkeley for an update on the brawls that have been going on during the dame. >> it's easy to get an extension on your taxes, but they come with a tax. >> sending robots to your door with dinner. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
fire ripped through an auto auction lot in fremont. flames rising from the iaa vehicle purchasing lot. it quickly hopped from car to car. firefighters had a hard time getting access to the lot because the company is closed today. when firefighters did get access to the scene, crews managed to contain the flames pretty quickly. nobody was hurt, but a whole section of cars was reduced to a melted mass of metal. the cause of the fire under investigation. let's check back in with da lin in berkeley. what is the latest now? >> reporter: juliette, things are back to normal here at civic center park. that's because most of the demonstrators have gone home. berkeley police came in with a pretty good strategy this morning. they confiscated all the weapons they saw and formed a line between the trump
supporters and anti-trump protestors. that worked for the first hour, after that, people jumped over the police line and beat each other up. they left the park to fight on the street. police officers were simply outnumbered. they had to watch the fights from a distance. the dueling rallies grew from a large crowd of roughly 1,000 to 1500 people. there were fights all over the place from the park stretching all the way to downtown berkeley. >> someone came up from behind with a long stick and hit one of our guys on the head. that's when i went after the guy who did that. and then they kept -- obviously they started jumping me. >> no, it doesn't look like democracy. but i thank we need to tolerate each other's differences. most importantly, we have to respect every person's rights. >> reporter: i saw instigators from both sides, both the trump supporters group and the anti- trump group. and a lot of them didn't come
here for constructive conversations. they came here ready for a fight. police say they arrested at least 15 people. we saw so many fights and bloody faces, we lost count. live in berkeley, da lin, kpix 5. in los angeles, thousands of protestors took to the streets to demand that president trump reveal his tax returns. there were pretty clever sign there is and plenty of them. this one referring to the russian controversy and said stop putins off. the protest was part of a nation-wide effort scheduled today. similar rallies were held in several cities across the bay area today. >> as for president trump, he's spending easter weekend with his family in florida. mean while, his second in command is headed for the
korean peninsula tonight. he is taking a 10-day trip to asia, which includes a stop in seoul. in south korea, the joint chiefs of staff say the north's launch ended in failure. it's not clear what kind of missile was involved. that missile test came hours after north korea rolled out hardware and troops to mark the birth of the country's founder. for the first time, they showed off intercontinental missiles that can be launched by land or sea. kim jong un inspected the parade of soldiers. a bomb killed more than a hundred people. the bomb rip through a bus depot in aleppo. a major rebel group says many of its members also died. that group has been taking part in --
in egypt tonight, security is tight in churches around the country after two suicide bammings last weekend. police checked pedestrians and blocked roads. at least 45 people died last saturday in attacks on coptic churches in two egyptian cities. a ceremony included a moment of silence to remember the somes of the boston marathon bombing. the explosions sprayed shrapnel into the crowd injuring 250 people. one bomber was killed in a police stand off. his younger brother was arrested and convicted on federal charges. the tax filings [ indiscernible ] tuesday. the irs has already processes a
hundred million returns and issued refunds, but nearly 40 million people have yet to file. jill has tips if you're one of those. >> reporter: every year, about a quarter of americans wait until the bitter end to do their taxes. if you're getting a late start, clear your weekend schedule because the irs estimates it takes 16 hours to complete form 1040. only 4 hours for ez filers. there are overlooked resources that can help you out. taxpayers who earn $64,000 or less can use the irs free file software to prepare and file their federal taxes. additionally, the volunteer income tax assistance or vita program offers free tax help to people who generally make less than $54,000, those with disabilities, the elderly and limited-english speaking
taxpayers who need assistance. in addition, the tax counseling for the elderly program offers free tax help for all taxpayers, particularly those 65 years of age and older. now, if you can't meet the tax deadline, don't fret. you can file for a 6-month extension with form 4868 by april 18th. those extensions have a major caveat. the irs gives you extra time to file but not to pay. you must estimate your tax liability and send uncle sam at least 90% of it to avoid a penalty. if you don't have the money on hand, don't hide. you can apply for a free extension to pay the bill. or use a credit card. but remember credit cards can be an expensive way to go because you pay fees. a major car company is
on september 9, 2010, pg&e learned a tragic lesson we can never forget. this gas pipeline ruptured in san bruno. the explosion and fire killed eight people. pg&e was convicted of six felony charges including five violations of the u.s. pipeline safety act and obstructing an ntsb investigation. pg&e was fined, placed under an outside monitor, given five years of probation, and required to perform 10,000 hours of community service. we are deeply sorry. we failed our customers in san bruno. while an apology alone will never be enough, actions can make pg&e safer. and that's why we've replaced hundreds of miles of gas pipeline, adopted new leak detection technology that is one-thousand times more sensitive,
and built a state-of-the-art gas operations center. we can never forget what happened in san bruno. that's why we're working every day to make pg&e the safest energy company in the nation. start-up in san francisco. this is video of cruise automation testi general motors is adding hundreds of jobs to its self- driving car start up in san francisco. this is video of crews automation test driving on city streets. it's planning invest $14 million to expand operations at its headquarters south of market. that is a big jump from the 150 engineers currently assigned to this project. well, the state is providing gm with $8 million in tax credit as part of the
investment. from self-driving cars to self-delivering food. rolling out robots to bring everything from burgers to burritos on demand. >> reporter: don't want to go out for lunch? don't worry, this robot can bring it to you. they're running pilot programs in california with delivery robots. >> we complement their fleets. >> reporter: door dash is using the robot that travels at 4 miles per hour. >> the amount of weight it can carry is 25 to 30 pounds. >> reporter: it is using the larger model robot that has detection and ranging technology which is used in self-driving cars. >> it will perceive its environment and cruise down sidewalks and deliver things from a to b. >> reporter: the robots travel short distances, up to 1 and a
half miles. it brings the food to your door in about the same time it would take if a human was delivering the order. during the trial phase, humans will accompany the bot is on delivery runs. >> we envision an autonomous model where we would still maintain a bit of human oversight. robots will be able to drive on their own over time and that's the goal. we're also looking at other markets like grocery and pharmacy. >> reporter: for now the trials are limited to a few neighborhoods in san francisco and red wood city. cnet.com for cbs news. stunning new images from nasa of evenings on earth. what researchers hope to learn from these night lights. we have fog, clouds, rain.
you're pruning your plants. a single rose thorn landed one california mom in the hospital. >> felt like a sledge hammer was brought down on all the bones in my hand. >> reporter: jennifer gonzalez describes the pain of being pricked worse than childbirth and all of it stemmed from a rose. >> i went to grab a clover under the rose bush and it pricked me. >> reporter: the next morning, it swelled up and the unbearable pain led her to the er. >> i just kept going back in and they kept saying it was an infection of my hand. >> reporter: doctors prescribed two different antibiotics. finally an mri revealed a bone infection and jennifer was told she needed surgery. marlene simons says it's not that uncommon. >> i had a professor who almost die friday that happening. this was years ago, and thought nothing of it.
but it's not the plant's fault. it's the fungus that is on the rose. >> reporter: a fungus that is airborne. >> it's almost like a hypodermic needle. >> reporter: it could have come from any bacteria that happened to land on that thorn. >> i don't have full range of motion. i don't have feeling back in here. >> reporter: her husband says it's time for something new in the garden. >> i got hi bisque us flowers in there and he told me he doesn't want me gardening, so that means he has to do it. the guy in charge of managing the country's lands is in the middle of a spring tour of the sierra. he has visited yosemite. >> reporter: new u.s. interior
secretary ryan zinke turning up the heat, helping kings county national park staff with their fire -- fully understand their needs and concerns to each an overarching goal. >> restore trust with the american public that we are good stewards with the public lands. >> reporter: one of his goals is to help the maintenance backlog affecting hundreds of parks nationwide. fixings infrastructure like roads and trails. >> i prioritize wildfire management so we don't have to spend the billions of dollars we do on fighting these catastrophic fires. >> reporter: this is the kind of support needed from washington. seeing zinke come in person, helping them with work, he thinks it will provide perspective. >> he can go back to washington and work on the policies that will make the parks successful
and well maintained. >> environmentalists have concerns with zinke's plans to open up more public lands to gas and oil production, but he insists the engineer industry will be held to the strictest standards. earth day is next week. what better time for nasa to release new photos of our home planet. it gives the clearest view yet of human settlement across the globe. these images aren't just for show. they serve as scientific purpose by studying the night lights, as they're known, researchers can learn more about how cities expand, estimate energy use and gauge economic activity. observe tory sitting on top of silicon valley doesn't help astronomers at night. we're not going to be seeing much in the way of daylight tomorrow. it looks like it's going to be
wet for sunday. you can already see the clouds. cloudy skies reported for santa rosa in the north. out to livermore, partly sunny skies at san jose. temperatures are mostly in the 60s right now. see the pesky low? a lower latitude low, too. so that puts us closer to the center of the low. that means slightly more robust moisture coming into the bay area. tomorrow, clouds and showers later in the morning, really. not right at sunrise. the coast will get hit first. but it's still going to be wet. by the afternoon, we'll all have showers, but not so much in the south bay, not so much for san jose and morgan hill. about a 10th to half an inch. easter does look wet. first clouds, then clearing, then clouds. by tomorrow morning, we have
mostly cloudy skies. 10:00 tomorrow morning, this is the way it should look. more showers in the north bay then the south bay. as time goes on, we all get wet. not a huge amount of rain. it's showers -- april showers. that's where the saying came from. by tomorrow night, we'll be getting a clearing. increasing clouds tonight, showers for easter sunday. monday night, tuesday, another system comes through. cherry blossom festival tomorrow if you want to check that out. the easter parade celebration. heading out of the bay area, you can run but you cannot hide. there will be showers state- wide, but fairly clear weather. if you're heading to new york, chicago, seattle -- seattle gets sunshine. what did we do to deserve the showers? overnight lows are mid-50s. daytime highs going to be chilly tomorrow. temperatures in the low 60s. extended forecast, we're going
to for showers sunday, little bit monday night. look at next weekend. next weekend the sun will come out. so we just have to bide our time. that's weather. here's sports. the warriors start their quest to become nba champions once again tomorrow. but blazer and oakland native damian lillard is predicting a huge upset. >> reporter: blazers and 6er -- >> blazers. >> he did say his prediction was taken too seriously, but one website gives golden state a 99% chance to win the series. lillard says he's confident portland can shock the basketball world. >> i wasn't going out there to make a guarantee or prediction, but we're coming out to win the series. whether people are offended by that or not, that's not our problem. we worked hard to get here. we're going to go out there and
try to play. we feel we can beat them. if we don't, we shouldn't even go out and lace up our shoes. lebron james and the cavaliers against atlanta. james dives in for the dunk. he finished with 32 points and 13 assists. final seconds, pacers down by 1. it comes up just a little short and the cavaliers survive, 105-108 to take a one- 0 series lead. late first half, toronto scores on the lay up giving the raptors a 4-point lead. third quarter, the bucks now leading by one. the lay up is blocked and pushed up ahead to milwaukee star who lay it's in and draws a foul. the greek freak finished with 28 points and the bucks win
game 1 on the road, 97-83. the sharks return to san jose with a split in their first round series in the stanley cup playoffs against the oilers. game two exposed serious flaws for team teal. in last night's 2-0 game two loss in edmonton, both the oilers' goals were shorthanded. joe is ready to move on after an ugly loss. >> we got what we deserved out there. the thing is we learn from it and forget it and move on. the biggest thing, we got another game here in a couple days. and you know we need to be better. to golf, pga tour playing this weekend in hilton head south carolina. jason on a par 55th hole. it rolls on to the green and into the hole for an eagle. he shot 6 under 65 and takes a
where it was raining marshmallows at a city park. it's an annual tradition in the an unusual atmospheric event in detroit where it was raining marshmallows at a city park. it's an annual tradition. the motorcycle made several passes aiming the gooey treats at children. as tempting as they are, the marshmallows aren't for eating. they turn them in for candy and prizes. we know by now the easter bunny should carry an umbrella
tomorrow. especially for few of us that got a surprise this year. >> rabbit adoptions were all the rage at this pet smart in dublin today as you can see. while it's always a fun time of year to adopt a bunny, be sure you're ready for all the responsibilities that come with them. because bunnies multiply as i learned. these are my 4 little bunnies. they're about 4 weeks old. the mom and dad are now living in separate hutches. i will be keeping two of them. not sure which two. my sister has dibs on the other two. this bunch will be properly stayed or neutered. they can certainly multiply. >> after the bunny rabbits have gotten in -- >> i thought the male bunny was too old. you're never too old, huh? >> i think separating the hutches is a better play. >> we'll see you back here at 11:00. >> very cute. >> very cute. >> have a good night.
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